Inglot, André

Technique: Oil

Born in Poland in 1948, André Inglot has lived in France since 1981.

André Inglot graduated from the Polish School of Fine Arts in 1965. He was a delegate for contemporary exhibitions at the National Museum of Ziema Lubuska from 1979 to 1981. Influenced by impressionism, Inglot’s landscapes and marine scenes reveal a soft, changing light, and unsuspected perspectives. Since living in France, Inglot has also created a number of interior and exterior mural paintings (frescos), one of which is "the biggest painting of France, and was realised near one of the largest haubans bridges in the world".

Media coverage

  • Magazin’ Art, biennial guide to Canadian artists in galleries, 2002-2003
  • Poster of the film «The Little Buddha » by Bernardo Bertulucci


  • Chaussures Bloc, Dijon, France
  • Escadrille Communication & Publicité, Paris, France
  • Eurotranslation enr.
  • Galeries Lafayette, Paris, France
  • J-Mafor Inc.
  • Immeubles Trans-National
  • Mairie de Fontenay, Sous-Bois, France
  • Mairie Elancourt-Yvelines, France
  • The St. Lawrence Seaway Management Corp.
  • Ville de Vincennes, France
  • Wall Street Capitol, USA

Prizes and honours

  • 1975 - Delegate for contemporary exhibitions, National at the Museum of Ziema Lubuska, 
  • 1981 - Inducted into the order of cultural merit for the region of Zielona, Pologne, 1980
  • 2nd Prize, Western Exhibit, Zielona Gora, Poland
  • 1979 - 1st Prize, Fall Exhibit, Zary, Poland
  • 1975 - 1st Prize, Polish Art Revue